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Bristol woman accused of stealing from relative

November 12, 2014
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Bristol woman accused of stealing from relative

Southington police reported that on Nov. 9 at 9 p.m., the Bristol police arrested Jessica Interligi-Vitale, 35, of Bristol and turned her over to the Southington Police Department on the strength of an active arrest warrant. Southington police said Jessica Interligi-Vitale was charged with burglary second degree, larceny in the fifth degree, and fraudulent use…

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Feast out on wings at Nov. 19 Wing Fest

November 11, 2014
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The annual Wing Fest competition sponsored by the Southington Chamber Women’s Committee is planned for Wednesday, Nov. 19 at the Cadillac Ranch, Jude Lane, starting at 5:30 p.m. The event is the fifth annual and is open to the public that votes for the top wings in Southington. The Wing Fest annually attracts up to…

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Fund raiser to be held Nov. 19 to help ill woman, her family

November 11, 2014
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Southington High School alumni from Class of 1992, Susan (Tufts) DeBisschop, has fallen on illness and hard times. Over the past two years, a press release from the Southington Community YMCA explained, DeBisschop, has seen dozens of doctors, many from Yale New Haven Hospital, John Hopkins University, and Cleveland Clinic to search for a diagnosis…

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12th annual Operation ELF to benefit families of deployed airmen, soldiers

November 10, 2014
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Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman joined Adjutant General Thaddeus J. Martin and members of the Connecticut National Guard last week to kick-off the 12th annual Operation ELF (Embracing Lonely Families) program. Operation ELF assists the families of soldiers and airmen who are deployed during the holidays and provides a wide range of support to military families…

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Voters get their say on Election Day

November 7, 2014
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By LINDSAY CAREY STAFF WRITER Editor’s note: Due to press deadlines, results for Tuesday’s election will be on-line at www. SouthingtonObserver.com. Many of the voters at the polls on Tuesday had similar concerns including taxes and the race for governor. “I am hoping that somebody can make some changes for the betterment of the community…

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Southington 2014 Election Results Revealed

November 5, 2014
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Southington residents took to the polls on Election Day to have their say on who will represent them as well as how the town should spend its money. Incumbent Democrat John Larson defeated Republican candidate Matthew Corey in the First Congressional District race. Larson, who will be serving for his ninth term, received 8008 votes…

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New surgery center opens in town

October 30, 2014
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New surgery center opens in town

The new Southington Surgery Center at the Bradley Campus on Meriden Avenue hosted a grand opening recently with the Southington Chamber of Commerce. The 10,200-square foot facility is a state-of-the-art surgery center providing comprehensive orthopedic care for a range of ambulatory services including hand, shoulder, knee, foot and ankle, and joint surgery as well as…

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Wolves return for one last time

October 24, 2014
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Wolves return for one last time

By Lindsay Carey Staff Writer For the last seven years, Southington has welcomed gray wolf and wolf-dog ambassadors from Mission: Wolf, a non-profit wolf refuge in the mountains of Southern Colorado, to teach the public about the animals. However, this year the visit to Kennedy Middle School was bittersweet, because it is Mission: Wolf co-founders…

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A Little Knight Music

October 20, 2014
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A Little Knight Music

Southington High School hosted the 22nd annual Music of the Knight on Saturday evening.  Seventeen High School Bands from across Connecticut , Massachusetts and New York competed in this year in this US Band competition.  Fontana Field was filled with family, friends, and extraordinary music and dance.  The evening included recognition of all Southington High School Senior Band…

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Backs against the wall; Lady Knights are on the brink of elimination

October 17, 2014
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Backs against the wall; Lady Knights are on the brink of elimination

By John Goralski Sports Writer The Lady Knight soccer team battled two of their three opponents into overtime, but only came away with a single point. Southington’s back is against the wall, and the girls are running out of time. A 5-0 loss to NW Catholic was sandwiched by two hard-fought overtime games. The Knights…

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